Shortly after her divorce from Brad Pitt was finalized, Aniston began dating Vince Vaughn in the summer of 2005 while co-starring in "The Break-Up." Engagement rumors swirled throughout their relationship, despite Aniston's vigorous denials.
May 2011 - Present Jennifer Aniston and actor/screenwriter Justin Theroux quietly dated for a few weeks in Spring 2011 before she introduced him to close friends.
You like someone and you’re spending time with them; that’s separate and that was all fine. “I waited until I was a little older, and I’m glad,” the star, who said “I do” at the age of 39, said. A lot of people think, ‘Oh, I’ve got to focus on my career.’ And then you wake up and go, ‘Oh goodness, I forgot about the rest of my life.’ Marriage is terrific, but it’s the hardest thing I think you’ll ever do." PHOTOS: Sexy celebrity dads “You have to really work at it and want it,” he added.
But I really spent most of that time finding ways not to be drawn into the attention." PHOTOS: Jen's rocky romances And avoiding “the attention” was quite the task, considering Vaughn dated his costar following her highly publicized divorce from Brad Pitt in 2005. "I got to an age when it was something that seemed exciting.
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According to Vince Vaughn, it’s “great” — for the most part, at least.
PHOTOS: Hollywood's friendliest exes The funnyman, who is now happily married to wife Kyla Weber, with whom he has two kids, dished to mag.
"For me personally — and I think most well-known actors who are together feel this way — I never enjoyed the paparazzi side of it. He was lovely and fun and perfect for the time we had together. And it sort of ran its course.” Fast-forward to 2015 and Vaughn’s officially settled down — but that took him some time.
The report then cites a quote, reportedly uttered by Harry to his friend Denise Van Outen at a friend’s birthday party last week: “I’m not dating and for the first time ever I want to find a wife.” Now, this dialogue sounds way more like a clunky line from a cable soap opera than an actual sentence a human uttered, but it makes our point about the way Harry has been positioned nevertheless.
Other media headlines this week concerning the prince are of a similar nature: “Is the party over for Prince Harry? said that while he is not dating the princess, “royal watchers wish he would.”Now, this narrative is by no means new.
“Kristen is dating Stella Maxwell,” a source told the mag.
“They are having fun.” The couple reportedly spent time together on set of Kristen‘s latest film in Savannah, Ga.
So this makes the current media treatment of Prince Harry—portraying him as a lonely spinster-type (a “prince-ter,” if you will— ran a story with the headline, “The last straw for single Prince Harry as wild pal Tom Inskip is set to get married.” The report began, “Poor Prince Harry!
The pressure on him to find a girl and settle down has ratcheted up yet another notch after one of his last single party-loving pals got engaged.” The story detailed the recent engagement of Harry’s 29-year-old pal (whom, in the past, “has fallen out of clubs all over the world with Harry,” in one of the more –esque descriptors there’s ever been).